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Houses For Sale in Albuquerque
Like most cities, Albuquerque real estate is divided into four quadrants, each with its own unique characteristics and residents.
Northwest Quadrant: Great Value!
Northwest Albuquerque's housing market is where homebuyers can find lots of new construction as well as some of the best values in terms of dollars per square footage. Convenient access to major travel arteries like the I-40, Unser Blvd, and Coors Blvd, makes this an ideal living option for frequent commuters and working professionals.
Northwest Albuquerque real estate is a combination of mid-range residential neighborhoods and busy commercial districts. High end estates and acreages along the Rio Grande can also be found in the North Valley neighborhood.
There's a lot to see in the northwest quadrant including Old Town Albuquerque, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Rio Grande Nature Center State Park, and the Petroglyph National Monument. Cottonwood Mall provides ample shopping with flagship stores like JC Penny's Macy's, Sears and Dillard's.
Popular neighborhoods include Paradise Hills, Ladera Heights, Taylor Ranch, and Ventara Ranch.
Northeast Quadrant: Upscale Living
Largest of the four quadrants in size and population, the northeast quadrant is one of the more established areas of town. Located at the base of the Sandia Mountains, neighborhoods on the foothills enjoy some of the most stunning views of Albuquerque. Homebuyers can find some of the more established communities in the northeast quadrant including some of the most expensive homes in the city. A good selection of infills and character homes are available.
Home to the University of New Mexico, Balloon Fiesta Park, and the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, residents have access to some of the city's premier attractions. Also in the northwest quadrant is the shopping district of Uptown, where you can find stores and services at Coronado Center and ABQ Uptown.
Popular upscale neighborhoods include Sandia Heights, Academy Heights, Tanoan Country Club, North Albuquerque Acres, and Foothills.
Southwest Quadrant: Affordable & Scenic
Albuquerque homes for sale in the southwest quadrant offer some of the most affordable housing options for first-time homebuyers. What was once an area dominated by agricultural and rural land is now a mix of new and older construction. Homebuyers can still find farmland however towards the Rio Grande in the Valley Farms area. A surge of retail development means that residents will gain access to an increasing number of amenities closer to home.
Nature lovers will enjoy some of the parks and other natural areas that preserve the beauty of the natural New Mexican landscape including The Bosque, and the Albuquerque Biological Park. Other area highlights include the National Hispanic Cultural Center and the historic district of Barelas which predates even Old City Albuquerque.
Southeast Quadrant: Up and Coming
The southeast quadrant is going through an urban renewal with a selection of new and old homes for sale. The upscale community of Four Hills in the highly sought after Foothills region is where you'll find luxury homes and the Four Hills Country Club. Other popular neighborhoods include Willow Wood, Nob Hill, Volterra, and Ridgecrest.
The southwest quadrant is also home to the Kirkland Air Force Base, Sandia Science & Technology Park, University Stadium and Isotopes Park. Other notable stops include Talin Market, New Mexico's largest international grocer, Isleta Resort & Casino, and the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History.
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